The first Apple event of the year 2021 is over and Cupertino showed a lot new products. In this article, we discuss what to make of the iMac 24", the iPad Pro, the Apple TV 4K and the other announcements - and what the mtech.news editorial team thinks of this evening's event.
In addition to the "big" news, we summarize numerous other points in this article that either came up at the event or only appeared on Apple's websites afterwards. Among them: temporary storage boost for iCloud and HomePod mini in more countries.
One year after macOS 11, macOS 12 is going to arrive - as expected, Apple counts with whole version numbers from now on. Apple chose Monterrey as the name - and gave the Mac system numerous new features. We summarize everything there is to know about Monterrey.
AirPower was publicly discontinued two years ago, but various reports spoke of Cupertino still researching a very similarly designed charging mat. Now Bloomberg discusses the same - the product name has probably been burned, but the project still exists.
Apple is apparently contemplating major innovations for multiple models of the iPad. The iPad mini should get a makeover and the entry-level iPad will get a rework. Next year, the iPad Pro will take the next step – as a Qi-compatible charger for other devices.
According to multiple sources, there could very well be a third generation of the AirPods pretty soon. Bloomberg is reporting that Apple could press the launch button any time now. The AirPods Pro will also receive a massive update – but not until next year.
The excitement for Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference this year has been increasing as the date approached. The WWDC will take off this coming Monday on June 7th at 10 AM PDT – with exciting information expected not only for developers but also Apple fans.
In this article, we'll take a look at Apple's geographical trademark registrations in order to try and guess the name of the next version of macOS. This time, it seems like a coastal city is going to be the likely name.
In the early years of the App Store, the service grew much faster than design and general architecture could keep up. Criticism of the service grew louder and louder - some of the major weaknesses were expressed in a 2016 article. But what about today - did Apple address the discussed problems?
Intel hasn't been making the best choices in its recent ad campaigns against Apple. They recently released a new chart comparing the gaming performance of a MacBook Pro with... an Intel chip against Intel PCs.
Amazon is now doing what Apple mentioned not too long back. The online retailer is taking ownership of Metro Goldwyn Mayer, the legendary Hollywood studio. The Bezos conglomerate has now secured themselves a large library of films, including the James Bond films – and over 17,000 broadcasts.
With "Center Stage", the iPad Pro M1 has a practical feature for video chats. However, the tablet from Cupertino does not seem to have any other sensational photographic innovations. However, a recent test now shows that the devices have a previously unknown "superpower".
Before every watchOS update, many users of the Apple Watch 3 ask themselves the anxious question: Will it be possible to update the smartwatch without any problems? In most cases, the answer is "no" due to the limited memory. Apple now recommends resetting the watch before the update.
For years now, there's been a Notification Center on macOS. At times where the notification is a bit too disruptive (it doesn't help to get 20 notifications on your MacBook while at work), it can be helpful to turn on "Do Not Disturb". However, that's done a bit differently now in macOS 11 Big Sur than in previous versions.
Attentive observers of the new teaser graphic for Apple's upcoming WWDC this year saw something that they associated with a potential notebook announcement. Jon Prosser is now joining the crowd and has stated that there will be a new MacBook Pro.
Several reports are circulating about the next generation of Mac mini, which is supposed to be launched this year. New design, much faster and more ports, these are probably the most important key data of the small compact Mac.
Are the current proceedings against Apple by Epic Games due to Fortnite's ban from the app store really just about the two companies in question? Or are other parties also seen to benefit from a pro-Epic Games result? Apple has now claimed in court that Microsoft is really the true power behind the recent lawsuit.
There are two new surprising statements from Apple's Senior VP of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi. He notes that macOS doesn't meet the same high anti-malware standards as iOS and that iOS and Android are technically relatively on par with one another when it comes to system security.